Shane and Rick dig graves, and then Shane lectures Rick about running off to the city and getting a lot of people killed. Rick argues the opposite point, saying that the guns are what saved them. Frankly, I just wish they'd both shut up. Can't they dig graves quietly like Jim did last week?
Everyone comes over to watch, discussing burying their dead, coming up with rules and figuring out who is in charge. Lori says something about mourning, but she's like nails on a chalkboard to me.
Jim hallucinates zombies.
More burying people. Acting humanely, blah, blah. Tears for people they barely know. Carl wants to know if they are safe, Rick promises he won't leave them again. That's not really an answer. No wonder Carl cries all the time. Rick asks Lori if she blames him for being away, and she says something. Stupid, poorly acted melodrama. Ignoring.
Inside the trailer, Carol takes care of Jim. Rick talks about the miracle cure. Jim just wants a grave of his own. And for Rick to take care of his boat.
Shane asks Lori to talk sense into Rick about the CDC thing. More annoying dick measuring. The boys go out in the woods together to debate the fate of Camp Terror. CDC. Army base. CDC. Army base. CDC, because I have a family. Army base, because I fucked your wife and now want to kill you. As the two of them investigate a noise, Dale shows up and sees Shane aim his gun at Rick, and gives him a dirty look. Shane's "intense" face is quite possibly the most hysterical thing I've ever seen in my life. Definitely the funniest thing to happen on this show in weeks.
Back at Camp Terror proper, Shane says he's going along with Rick's CDC plan because they all need to stick together.
The next morning Rick's back on the walkie-talkie giving Morgan some very contrary advice. "I know I said not to go to Atlanta, but we're totally going to the CDC and I'm leaving you a map taped to a flashy red car so you can go straight into the city and follow us to our certain doom... you know, if you ever decide to off your zombie wife. Toodles."
Jim wakes up; he's still human, but he doesn't looks pretty. Rick and Shane get the caravan all ready, but Morales and his family decide to go their own way. They want to go to Birmingham, even if that means they don't have anyone looking out for them. Considering that the rest of the camp is heading into zombieland and they lost a bunch of members just two nights before, I don't think they are so crazy. And they aren't going in the camper with a soon-to-be zombie. And they get a pistol and some bullets to take with them? Plus, they don't have to listen to Shane. Morales.... Can I come with you?